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Oooh, beautiful!

 

is this the figure you were asking about skin references for?

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2 minutes ago, Pingo said:

Oooh, beautiful!

 

is this the figure you were asking about skin references for?

 

Yup! She's mostly using the Olive Skin Triad, plus Red Brick, some Golden Triad and Bronzed Triad, and Clear Red. A tiny bit of a low saturation blue made its way to her neck too. 

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nice job, i really like how you blended the wings 

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Thanks all ^_^ The wings were a bit of a process of "keep adding paint until I like it". 

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